How to feel Miserable as an Artist

  1. Constantly compare yourself to other artists.
  2. Talk to your family about what you do and expect them to cheer you on
  3. Base the success of your entire career on one project.
  4. Stick with what you know
  5. Undervalue your expertise
  6. Let money dictate what you do
  7. Bow to societal pressures
  8. Only make work that your family would love
  9. Do whatever the client/customer/gallery owner/patron/investor asks
  10. Set overwhelming, unachievable goals to accomplish by tomorrow

you can See Kevin Titzer’s work at www.kevintitzer.com

One Response to “How to feel Miserable as an Artist”

  1. Sue Pieper Says:

    Well now, that couldn’t have been better-perfectly correct on all counts!  Love the rollerskate doll on the next post, she made me smile:)